Facebook’s virtual reality company Oculus revealed that it is currently working on bringing the classic Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas into its Quest 2 device.
The news was released via a live broadcast of Facebook’s change of identity today, and the company is expected to announce its new name. In the live broadcast, it was revealed that Oculus is developing the famous “built-in VR version” of GTA.
“Today on Connect, we announced that Rockstar Games’ classic Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is developing for Quest 2,” Oculus blog post read. “Get a new perspective on Los Santos, San Fiero and Las Venturas as you experience (again or for the first time) one of the most iconic open worlds of the game.”
Oculus said that this project has been in the making for “years” and is happy to disclose more information, but did not disclose more information today. There are no screenshots of what the VR perspective might look like in San Andreas, and no details about whether this is a port of a classic game to VR, a port of an upcoming remake, or a complete remake.
This news was released immediately after the release of the Oculus Quest 2 VR of “Resident Evil 4”, which has received good reviews and is included here Game informant We gave it 8.75 points (out of 10 points).
While waiting to learn more about this VR version of San Andreas, learn about Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is coming soon, Including a remake of San Andreas.Please be sure to continue reading All changes and improvements in the trilogy remake after that.
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